The White Mountains are officially open for ziplining, train rides, cave exploring, treetop adventures, gondola rides, drives over the Kancamagus Highway, and all else that goes along with summer bursting out in this part of New England.
Concord Community Music School’s final Bach’s Lunch programs of the season feature musicians Becky Tracy & Keith Murphy, and the traditional songs of Canada & New England, On June 7 and 14.
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum has received a grant from New Hampshire Humanities to present Rebecca Rule and her program, That Reminds Me of a Story, which will be presented on Friday, June 22nd at 7:00 p.m. at the Warner Town Hall, 5 East Main Street.
NH Gives – an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits - is a powerful, statewide 24-hour online fundraising event that is designed to build community, connect donors to local nonprofits and generate excitement about the nonprofit sector.
Fourteen members of the Concord Community Music School's Purple Finches Youth Chorus recently had a chance to sing on the national stage, as performers in the Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE) National Conference Choirs.
Waterville Valley Resort is a four-season resort set in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. “New Hampshire’s Family Resort” features 265 acres of downhill skiing across two peaks, 2,020 feet of vertical, 62 trails, 12 lifts, lessons, and rental equipment plus 74km of maintained cross-country trails nestled in the valley below. Other recreation options include hiking, road and mountain biking, boating, golf, tennis, ice skating, snowshoeing, snow tubing, and more. Shuttles provide easy access to year-round events, shopping, and dining in the quaint pedestrian village as well as a variety of lodging options, including country inns, condominiums, and all-suite hotels. Surrounded by 360 degrees of protected forest land, the town also features a conference and event center, wedding arbor, athletic club, and snowsports academy. In 2017, Waterville Valley Resort launched Phase II of a multi-year capital improvement and expansion project. Learn more at waterville.com or by calling 1-800-GO-VALLEY.
A gas station-turned-coffee shop in Lebanon and a Catholic church-turned-condominiums in Concord; stewardship of the oldest timber framed house in New Hampshire; restoration of a shed in Freedom that housed rollers used to flatten snow on roads before plows; rehabilitation of Francestown’s 1847 town hall; and restoration of a significant cast iron fence around a churchyard in Holderness, are some of this year’s Preservation Achievement Award winners
Waterville Valley, NH – The Waterville Valley Tennis Center has once again been selected a Gold Medal Resortin the annual Tennis Resorts Onlinerankings of tennis resorts across the globe, achieving a ranking of #11. In addition, they were recognized in...
Milford company recognized for its commitment to quality and innovation
The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance supports and encourages the revitalization and protection of historic buildings and places which strengthens communities and local economies.